Peter Tarnofsky

I've self-published two books for children and two books of short stories for adults. No, they haven't sold by the million. People who read them seem to like them. (END OF SALES PITCH.)

I crowd-funded the second book of short stories - using Kickstarter. If anyone wants to read about my experience, follow the second website link below - then click on the 'History' menu.

And I'd be happy to answer questions about it. Send me a message. But I'm only here occasionally so don't be offended if I don't get back to you right away. If you're in a hurry, use email (see below) or contact me through my website.

Don't get me wrong - I'm not pretending to be an expert. But I have been through the highs and lows of crowd-funding and self-publishing. And if I can help anyone else get through it, that would be great. (For me. And, hopefully, for them too.)

If any agents, publishers or delighted readers wish to contact me, please use...

pt5415 (at) yahoo (dot) com

or send me a message through my website.

Favourite books

  • Ring Road by Ian Sansom
  • Recently read it and loved every minute I spent with it.
  • Is it my favourite published book? What a stupid question. But it IS a book I've read and loved recently.
Peter Tarnofsky's avatar Member for 6 years, 12 months My websites

My bookshelf Books I'm backing

Dragons of the Western Tides
Dragons of the Western Tides

by Rebecca McMath

Troubled fourteen-year-old Ryan crawls through a tunnel, straight into Viking territory, after finding his dead father's survival knife in a mountain cave...

A Lark Ascending
A Lark Ascending

by John B. Campbell

A boy in London's Limehouse witnesses a crime and is caught out, but that proves to be the least of his troubles.

The Woman from E.A.R.L.
The Woman from E.A.R.L.

by Georgia Peck

Emily takes a stand against spiritual abuse in the church and rediscovers her faith along the way.

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